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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 21, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Lawsuit filed for disabled children over Friday furloughs at Hawaii schools
 •  Halawa prison inmate indicted in murder of fellow inmate
 •  Maui deaths ruled murder-suicide
 •  Murder trial begins for Ewa Beach man
 •  Honolulu awards first construction contract for rail-transit project Video
 •  Papahanaumokuakea under hurricane warning as Category 3 Neki closes
 •  Search continues for missing Big Island woman
 •  Abercrombie says stimulus money could help keep Isle schools open
 •  Sightings off West Maui mark start of whale season in Hawaii
 •  Dozens of Hawaii restaurants participating in Meals on Wheels benefit tomorrow
 •  Downtown beating leaves woman in critical condition
 •  Steak and lobster dinner leads to man’s arrest in Waikiki
 •  Kahului Airport to conduct emergency-response exercise
 •  Girl, 10, arrested on assault charge
 •  Updated OIA volleyball playoffs schedule
 •  Phillies beat Dodgers 10-4, return to World Series
 •  NFL: Jets’ Sanchez working on struggles, hiding emotion
 •  CFB: Heisman winner Bradford’s decision on hold
 •  ESPN baseballl analyst Steve Phillips takes leave, admits to affair
 •  Football odds: Boise State favored by 24 over UH
 •  CFB predictions: TCU takes aim at Boise St in BCS race
 •  CFB: Hatch urges Obama to investigate college's BCS
 •  Top stars to perform at Save Our Sports benefit today
 •  NFL: Redskins work out ’unsettling’ play caller switch
 •  CFB: SEC suspends Florida-Arkansas crew
 •  CFB: Brown says McCoy has no problems throwing
 •  NFL: 49ers’ Crabtree gearing up for NFL debut
 •  NBA: Grizzlies hope Iverson can help fix what ails them
 •  Boxing: Kelly Pavlik scraps title bout with Paul Williams
 •  NFL: Brees recalls ’06 courtship with Dolphins
 •  NFL: Bengals OL Andre Smith practices
 •  NFL: Concussion prevents QB Edwards from practicing
 •  MLB: Fehr to receive $11 million severance package
 •  Preps: Next week's state championships
 •  Soccer: Maurice Edu tweets he was racially abused by own fans
 •  Tennis: Davydenko, Radwanska lose at Kremlin Cup
 •  Michigan athletic director Bill Martin retiring
 •  MLB: Bone chips removed from Pujols' elbow
 •  MLB: Trustee: N.Y. Mets turn loss to a win with Madoff
 •  CFB: Saban says Alabama will stop using tape to spot kicks
 •  CBKB: Harangody, Villanova coaches' picks in Big East
 •  NFL: Browns hammered by flu
 •  Report: ESPN's Phillips 'mistress' taunts his wife
 •  Litke: Youth sports is an enterprise worthy of a bailout
 •  Swimming: Liu Zige sets 200 butterfly world record
 •  NFL: Bears extend Jay Cutler’s contract by two years, $20M guaranteed
 •  NFL: Justice does the limbo in Raiders’ Napa World
 •  MLB: No stopping Alex Rodriguez in his comfort zone
 •  MLB: More blown calls by umpires in Game 4 of ALCS
 •  MLB: L.A. freeway exit Is in sight
 •  NBA: A chill in the air between Warriors’ Jackson and Lakers’ Bryant
 •  CFB: Howard came to UConn to give family a better life
 •  NFL: Redskins need a GM bailout
 •  CFB: Oregon-Washington: Maybe This should be the Uncivil War
 •  NBA: Team-by-team capsules
 •  Soccer: Edu tweets he was racially abused by own fans
 •  Tennis: Kirilenko upsets No. 3 seed Radwanska in Moscow
 •  UH offers group discounts to football, volleyball
 •  UH offers alumni, military discounts to football, volleyball
 •  UH football: Lower Halawa lot opens 11:30 a.m. Saturday
 •  UH football: Free buses available for students
 •  UH football: Chevron Family Fun Zone free at Warrior home games
 •  UH football: Bus service offered for Warrior games
 •  UH football games on big screen at Ko'olau, Maui theaters
 •  UH sports: Ticket stubs bring big discount at Big City Diner locations
 •  NBA calendar: Preseason ends Friday, season starts Tuesday
 •  CBKB: NMSU women's coach going camping at Pan American Center
 •  This week's top auto races
 •  On this date: 2007 — Rob Bironas kicks an NFL-record eight field goals
 •  Zagat's says Hawaii tippers are stingy
 •  HECO joins national campaign to promote electric vehicle use
 •  FHB Foundation gives $25K to Hawaii HomeOwnership Center
 •  Budget constraints force Honolulu Symphony to postpone concerts
 •  Veterans’ health care needs better planning

Local News
 •  Maui couple shot to death
 •  Teen gets lesser charge in murder
 •  Brawl at Wai'anae High leads to 4 student arrests
 •  Hawaii schools could restore some class time lost to furloughs Photo gallery Video
 •  Hawaii furloughs will close most state offices two Fridays a month Photo gallery
 •  Hawaii hospitals say they're ready to cope with swine flu Photo gallery Video
 •  Child-abuse deaths rise in U.S., but not in Isles
 •  The hard question nobody is asking
 •  Less rain, greater chance of hurricanes in forecast Video
 •  Storm may affect monument
 •  Thieves steal 9 laptop computers from high school
 •  Emergency simulation being staged at Maui airport today
 •  Man killed in shooting was 45-year-old Maui resident
 •  South shore beach reopens two days after shark attack
 •  Jan. 11 trial date set for man accused of killing his wife
 •  Consign for a Cure benefit aids breast cancer group
 •  Hawaii International Film Festival honors awardees
 •  Girl, 10, arrested for allegedly hitting brother with weapon
 •  Schools signing up kids for free swine flu shots
 •  Catholic Charities project turns corner Photo gallery Video
 •  Obituaries
 •  The hard question nobody is asking

 •  Rainbow Warriors picked to finish last
 •  Heun may start at middle linebacker Photo gallery Video
 •  Maiava boosts UCLA recruiting
 •  Polls say 'Bows will finish last
 •  Heun may start at middle linebacker Photo gallery Video
 •  Donovan 'frustrated' by Warriors' 2-4 start
 •  HBA 3-peats in ILH Division II Photo gallery
 •  Le Jardin makes a big splash in ILH kayaking
 •  Downtown hoolaulea for 'SOS'
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Standings and Statistics
 •  Games on TV
 •  Fujikawa's journey to PGA starts today golf
 •  Hunter finally bags a winner
 •  Bears' Tinoisamoa considers surgery
 •  Pigskin picks
 •  Umpires missing a good series
 •  Yankees romp to 3-1 lead in ALCS Photo gallery
 •  NBA refs reportedly to return
 •  Dixie State beats BYUH in women's soccer, 1-0
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Eldredge's tough love shaped many lives

Island Life
 •  'Black Adder' series remastered, on DVD
 •  Nature's call thwarts Chappelle record
 •  '60s rock photography revisited
 •  From soil to kitchen
 •  Pork chops with plums say it's autumn
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  An easy, light sweet-sour chicken
 •  All about poke, with recipes galore
 •  Turkey query signals start of holiday season

 •  12,100 lost jobs and insurance in 2009
 •  UAL sees uptick through $57M loss
 •  L&L CEO to teach 2 free classes
 •  Holiday retail sales look bright
 •  Hawaiian Air income jumps
 •  Market slumps despite improving profits
 •  Halloween costume fuels debate on 'illegal alien' term
 •  Financial meltdown slows momentum of wind power
 •  Chamber spends $35M fighting Obama's goals
 •  Asia's resurgent economies give exporters a boost
 •  Butigroove back in Piikoi Street shop
 •  Home-building permits fell 1.2% in September
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Iwi present a challenge for rail project
 •  Survey troops on Afghanistan policy
 •  Interest rates, Wall Street and a good cup of coffee
 •  HGEA agreement a responsible move
 •  The hard question nobody is asking
 •  Ban importation of live plants and soil alien species

 •  'Black Adder' series remastered, on DVD